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From Jaqui Greenlees <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd]unsubscribe problems
Date Sat, 24 Jun 2006 09:25:31 GMT

--- Walter Nicholls
<> wrote:

> Joshua Slive wrote:
> > On 6/23/06, Chris Price <> wrote:
> >>
> >>         I have sent 3 emails to the unsubscribe
> address in the past 
> >> two days
> >> with no results. trying again.
> >
> > If you're trying to get any help by participating
> in this thread, you
> > aren't going to have much luck.  If you can't
> unsubscribe yourself by
> > following the directions on the webpage, then
> follow the directions in
> > the recent email that I sent.
> >
> Boy, do I wish I hadn't just deleted every message
> from the mailing list 
> before I saw this. I've been trying to unsubscribe
> for the last couple 
> of weeks.  Do you mind copying me that email you
> just described?
> If by 'the directions on the webpage' you mean 
> then that
> isn't going to be much 
> help, since it suggests emailing the unsubscribe
> address, which as Chris 
> Price points out isn't working.
> Sorry for the private email, but as you indicated
> the mailing list is 
> not the best place for this and the subject 'xxxx'
> didn't exactly catch 
> my eye in a positive way.
> - Walter

Funny, I had no problems unsubscribing an isp email
address when I was changing isp.

The most common cause of problems with unsibscribing
stem from people reading all email in one client /
service, yet having the email from a number of
accounts being forwarded to the account they read all
email from. You have to use the same email address you
subscribed with to unsibscribe. [ if you do use a
webmail account to collect list messages this could be
the cause, even though it appears you are using your
isp / work account for list messages]


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